Aldi announces partnership with
Jameson Dublin International Film Festival
Aldi is proud to announce that it has been selected as the preferred water supplier of the 2014 Jameson Dublin International Irish Film Festival. Over the course of the 11 days of the festival, which begins on Thursday.
Aldi’s Comeragh Irish Spring Water will be supplied to film stars, leading industry figures and panellists at a number of special events including Q&A sessions, panel discussions and master-classes across the festival.
To celebrate the partnership, Aldi is offering twelve lucky winners the chance to win a pair of tickets to some of the festivals must-see films including:
· ‘No Limbs, No Limits’, the incredible life story of Cork born Joanne O’Riordan, who suffers from a rare physical disability known as Total Amelia
· ‘Only Lovers Left Alive’, a romantic vampire drama starring John Hurt
· ‘Tracks’ a story about one young woman’s nine-month struggle across the Australian desert
· ‘Eliza Lynch – Queen of Paraguay’ tells the love story of an Irishwoman Eliza, heroine of Paraguary, and the President Francisco Solano Lopez in 1833
To be in with a chance to win these exclusive tickets log onto – Aldi Ireland’s Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/
Aldi’s Ireland’s Group Buying Director, Rob Farrell said, “Aldi Stores (Ireland) is a proud supporter of Irish suppliers and is delighted to partner with Ireland’s premier film festival and one of the key cultural events of the year. Both organisations are committed to excellence and quality and we look forward to providing plenty of refreshment over the course of the festival.”
Fresh from the foothills of Slievenamon, Comeragh Irish Spring Water is produced in Clonmel, Co. Tipperary. Filmgoers throughout the country will find Comeragh Irish Spring Water in Aldi’s 106 stores nationwide along with all your movie essentials such as popcorn, savoury snacks and a selection of beverages.